ENTENMANN HISTORY

In 1978, the Entenmann Family agreed to sell their family company & move to greener pastures. One of Martha Clara’s sons, Robert Entenmann, purchased a potato farm and transformed it into a thoroughbred horse farm on the North Fork of Long Island. Throughout the years he enjoyed his horses and the beauty of the area. However, he couldn’t help but notice the changing landscape around him. The neighboring potato farms began to give way to vineyards; it was just a matter of time before he would follow suit.

VITICULTURE

The North Fork of Long Island American Viticultural Area region is located in Suffolk County and is governed under the State of New York. Martha Clara Vineyards, found within this region, is one of Long Island's finest vineyards, where the science of winemaking itself is of utmost importance. Check back soon for more information regarding the region and it's viticulture!

SOIL

Long Island is home to some of the best grape growing conditions in the world. It's sandy loam soil creates an atmosphere that helps cultivate the grapes that make up Martha Clara Vineyards finest wines. Check back soon for more information regarding soil conditions in the area. 

TERROIR

The North Fork has the perfect climate terroir for growing grapes. The tempratures in the area are controlled by seabreezes that aerate the vineyards. Check back soon for more information regarding Long Island's Terroir.

WINEMAKING

Check back for information from Juan E. Micieli-Martinez, our winemaker here at Martha Clara Vineyards, about the sustainable wine practices we uphold!


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  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25

    11am-5pm Artist In Residence: Mark Ahrens


    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25

    11am - 5pm Wine & Chocolate Flight

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hear all of the great options for planning
your perfect event!  Email molly@marthaclaravineyards.com for an appointment.

OUR WINES

From the award-winning Northville and Chardonnay, to crisp aromatic whites, to fun and easy drinking blends.

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